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Veterinary Practice

The Secret to Long-Term Success in Practice: What Moves You?

Gail Gibson, VMD Animal Medical Clinic, Inc Skowhegan, Maine I am often asked how I can still be so interested in veterinary medicine after so many years in practice. I’ve been seeing patients at our small animal hospital for over 30 years, and I’m still excited about going to work. In this day and age, …

The Importance of Microchipping and the ISO Standard

A microchip is one of the best ways to ensure that lost pets will be returned to their owners. Veterinary professionals should emphasize that while collars with up-to-date ID tags help clients get their pets back, collars and tags can be easily removed or lost, so the microchip may make the difference when it comes to finding lost animals.

Who Are the Leaders in Your Practice? Growing a Healthy Practice Through Leadership

Wendy Hauser, DVM Peak Veterinary Consulting, Parker, Colorado One of the most rewarding roles in managing a study group of practices is working with professionals who bring innovative ideas to the field of small business management. Dr. Wendy Hauser’s unique approach to cultivating everyday leaders is a topic worth sharing through the Practice Building column …

Who Are the Leaders in Your Practice? Characteristics of Good Leaders

Wendy Hauser, DVM Peak Veterinary Consulting, Parker, Colorado “One of the most rewarding roles in managing a study group of practices is working with professionals who bring innovative ideas to the field of small business management. Dr. Wendy Hauser’s unique approach to cultivating everyday leaders is a topic worth sharing through the Practice Building column. …

We Are All Simply Veterinarians

Christine Navarre, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM (Large Animal Internal Medicine) Louisiana State University Agricultural Center I recently had the opportunity to moderate a small animal surgery session at a continuing education event. For someone who has focused almost solely on food-producing animals for over 20 years, it was an unusual experience. It brought me back …

Practice Software & Technology, Part 2


 Travis Meredith, DVM, MBA, Diplomate ACT This year’s Practice Building column has been focused on building today’s veterinary practice. The series is dedicated to providing readers insight into issues and resources that support long-term practice growth. Previous articles have focused on areas of investment, lending and capital access, marketing and client communication tools, and …

National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America – An Interview with Julie Legred, CVT

Since 2013, the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA; navta.net) and the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC; navc.com) have partnered to emphasize the critical role veterinary technicians play in animal health care. Facilitating this partnership is NAVTA Executive Director Julie Legred, CVT, who also fills the shoes of Senior Manager of Veterinary Technician Programs for NAVC. Here she …

The Case for Neutering at Five Months of Age

Richard Speck, DVM The majority of presterilization litters can be eliminated by performing neutering at 5 months of age rather than 6. In this article, Dr. Speck explains the current state of population control, benefits of early neutering, and implementing the recommendation into your practice. I graduated from veterinary school in 1982. As I look …

Veterinary Practice Software & Technology – Part 1

Travis Meredith, DVM, MBA, Diplomate ACT Practice information management systems are integral to managing veterinary practices. Part 1 of this 2-part series highlights the technical aspects, system hallmarks, coming attractions, and cost of 3 of the leading PIMS used by practices today. This year’s Practice Building column has been focused on building today’s veterinary practice. The series is …

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